Akshay Kumar, Ajay Devgn, Ayushmann Khurrana lead Bollywood in thanking Mumbai Police for their relentless work amid Coronavirus lockdown

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Bollywood stars and celebrities have taken to social media to express gratitude to Mumbai Police for their extraordinary efforts to maintain law and order in the city amid the COVID 19 lockdown.

On Wednesday, the Mumbai Police Twitter handle shared a heartwarming video in which the cops on duty were asked as to what they would do if they had the luxury to stay home for 21 days.
 

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Akshay Kumar tweeted, "There's an army of people working day and night to keep us safe, our families safe. Lets together say #DilSeThankYou to them because that's the least we can do."
 

Ayushmann Khurrana re-tweeted a video posted by Mumbai Police and lauded the force for carrying out their duty tirelessly. He tweeted in Marathi: "Don't have words to thank you enough! Today I thank you with my whole heart for keeping us safe."
 

The Mumbai Police gave a witty reply in Marathi, with a reference to Ayushmann's films, Vicky Donor and Shubh Mangal Zyada Saavdhan. "Thank you Vicky, we will do everything to keep the mumbaikars zyada saavdhan," they wrote.
 

Ajay Devgn tweeted, "Dear Mumbai Police, you are known as one of the BEST in the world. Your contribution to the COVID-19 pandemic is unparalleled. Singham will wear his Khakee and stand beside you whenever you ask. Jai Hind, Jai Maharashtra @CPMumbaiPolice @MumbaiPolice"

Anil Kapoor expressed: "This is the time to heartily thank our Mumbai Police, who leaving their families at homes are working with their high spirit and untiring efforts for our security and safety.. Thank you Mumbai Police.. Love you Mumbai Police."

Shahid Kapoor wrote, "Giving up on their dreams for keeping the city of our dreams safe. Thank You @MumbaiPolice We owe you a lot and staying at home is the least we can do!"

Tiger Shroff wrote, "So so grateful and lucky we are to have you all @MumbaiPolice. can't thank our real heroes enough."

Meanwhile, Mumbai Police tweeted mentioning Abhishek Bachchan's character in the Dhoom franchise, ACP Jai Dixit, as an inspiration. Their official handle shared: "Just taking the 'ACP Jai Dixit' route to ensure that the city gets back to normalcy soon -- that too, with a 'Dhoom'! All Mumbaikars need to do is not make 'Dus Bahaane' about going out unnecessarily!"

Reacting to the tweet, Abhishek wrote, "Always in debt to them and the great work they do. @MumbaiPolice."

Throughout Thursday, Twitter kept buzzing with gratitude messages from B-Towners.

Raveena Tandon shared, "This is the time to thank our mumbai police,who leave their families at home and are working with untiring efforts for our security and safety.. Thank you @MumbaiPolice we are forever indebted."

Jackie Shroff expressed, "@MumbaiPolice @DGPMaharashtra Asli Stars #RealHeroes #OurPride."

Urvashi Rautela posted, "This is the time to heartily thank our @MumbaiPolice & Maharastra police, who leaving their families at homes are working with their high spirit and untiring efforts for our security and safety.. #ThankYouMumbaiPolice #ThankYouMaharasthraPolice."
 

Varun Sharma wrote, "We are safe sitting at home and the only thing we need to do is be home. Me my family are greatful and don't have words to thank Police , Doctors , NGOs , building guards and every person out there helping us be safe and storm this crisis. @MumbaiPolice @mybmc #DilSeThankYou."
 

Director-producer and chat show host Karan Johar expressed, "This is the time to show our gratitude to the ones who are working selflessly and tirelessly to keep us safe. Despite being away from their families and loved ones, they work with their spirits high to protect us. And for that, we are very grateful @mumbaipolice. Thank you!"
 

Filmmaker Madhur Bhandarkar wrote, "Salute & respect to our @MumbaiPolice #IndiaFightsCoronavirus.

Alia Bhatt wrote, "Thank you @MumbaiPolice Words cannot express our love and gratitude. Let's stay home for them."

Arjun Kapoor wrote, "We cannot thank the @MumbaiPolice enough in words! Still would like to appreciate the fact that they have been out there everyday, making sure everything goes smoothly and have always been there to protect us. A thank you from the bottom of our hearts! Stay safe. Jai Hind."

Producer Ekta Kapoor shared, "Your undying spirit, determination and courage to keep our city safe is fantastic. Putting our safety before anything else, you guys are the pillars that are keeping us strong! ... Gratitude #ThankYouMumbaiPolice for all your hard work! #DilSeThankYou @MumbaiPolice."
 

Heartfelt wishes and encouraging notes from Bollywood kept pouring in throughout the day.

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